Facilities available at the Nanobiomaterials Laboratory include equipment for growth and transfer of nanomaterials such as graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanostructured topological insulators, among others. In addition our lab meet level 1 biosecurity requirement to work with non-pathogenic bacteria.


Our facilities include:

     -CVD systems (two zones 1200°C)
     -Box furnace (1200°C, multisegment)
     -Spin coater
     -Laminar flow cabinet
     -Controlled temperature incubators
     -Orbital shaker
     -Fluorescence microscope (Leica DM500)
     -Optical microscope (Nikon LV150N)
     -Hot plates
     -Fume hood
     -Dry globebox (1ppm)
     -High/low frequency ultrasound probe
     -High-precision balance
     -High-speed homogenizer
     -Electrophoresis chamber
     -Pull-off adhesion tester
     -Dry film thickness gauge

For atomic-scale microscopy and spectroscopy:

4K / 77K ultrahigh vacuum Scanning Tunneling Microscope (LT-STM) Scienta-Omicron


Other facilities available at the Physics Department:


Scanning Electron Microscopy /EDS



Variable Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy



Micro-Raman Spectroscopy